We wish continued growth and success for the publication and we are confident that it will continue to thrive under its new ownership.
Miami, FL (PRWEB) January 8, 2009
Latin Press announces today that it has acquired EL NUEVO CONSTRUCTOR -- the Spanish language trade publication for the US Hispanic construction industry, from its former owners Hanley-Wood.
Produced bimonthly by Hanley-Wood of Washington DC, EL NUEVO CONSTRUCTOR has been reaching Hispanic contractors for the past six  years. With a total circulation of 30,000 readers, EL NUEVO CONSTRUCTOR is a leading source of Spanish language information for Hispanic professionals engaged in residential and commercial building across the United States.
Producer of Spanish language business media, websites, newsletters and conferences, Latin Press is based in Miami, USA and has satellite offices in Mexico, Colombia and Brazil. The firm currently produces eight (8) Spanish language business-to-business publications with a total 80,000+ audited circulation. Additionally, the firm produces a bi-weekly rich-data subscription service on construction and renovation projects.
Since 1976, Hanley Wood has focused exclusively on North America's important residential and commercial construction industry. Through its four divisions, Hanley Wood develops magazines, Web sites, e-newsletters, exhibitions and conferences, and custom marketing and data services that support the industry's critical information needs.
"We are pleased to announce this acquisition of EL NUEVO CONSTRUCTOR," said Max Jaramillo, President of Latin Press. "EL NUEVO CONSTRUCTOR shares areas of convergence with other publications in our company and we are confident that we will be able to maximize promotional opportunities with both current and new clients to the Hispanic community."
"I am pleased to have found a great new home for EL NUEVO CONSTRUCTOR at Latin Press, Inc.," said Rick Strachan, Executive Director of Hanley Wood's Residential Remodeling Group. "We wish continued growth and success for the publication and we are confident that it will continue to thrive under its new ownership."